Graphic Organizers in Reading Instruction: Why and What Merits Attention?

Ping QIAO

Abstract


Graphic organizers have been widely used in classroom teaching to address different needs of students. This paper particularly discusses the theoretical soundness of graphic organizers in facilitating reading comprehension and its implication on reading instruction.


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Graphic organizers; Reading comprehension; Reading instruction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9089

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